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The Solomon Tribune from Solomon, Kansas • 1

Solomon, Kansas
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IL Pi i II IE 5 ft I VOLUME I. SOLOMON KANSAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 181)7. NUMBER 1 8 We Give all the Local News of the Week. IH I il I $15,000 new stools Great Overcoat Sale! 750 oveecoats. Democrat meeting' in City Hall 3)th, Saturday night- Every demo crat is requested, to be present.

Melnery will pay you Gets, per U. for good hides. Abilene, A Union Pacific frieght train brok in two at New Cambria early th' morning and the hind end of the train ran into the ears ahead, breaking tlm ends of several cars in and injuring a brakeman Great sale of Glen's and Boyst Suits, Mens' and Boys' Overcoats, Hats, Caps, Pantaloons, Shoes, Underwear, Trunks, etc during October, November and December. We propose to increase our sales 50 per cent over any former year. In order to do this we will of course sell from 20 to 30 per cent cheaper than any other house in Dickinson county.

Never have we shown such a fine line of Suits and Overcoats as we are now showing Men's Overcoats at $3.00, 4.50, and 5.00. Boys' Overcoats at $1.75 2.50, 3.00 and 4 50. Men's all wool Pantaloons at $2.75 and 2.50. Men's all wool Hat at 35, 50 and 75 cents. Mens Underwear at 50 cents a suit.

Every other house will ask you 75 cents for the same goods. Again we want to impress upon you that our house is the place to trade. We carry double the stock of any other house in. the county. Follow the crowd to the Great 2-Floor Clothing bouse of ABILENE, KANS.

Its to be had when you see it in OUR uad." We never advertise goods or prices J. W. Laily, formerly landlord of th Montezuma hotel at Solomon and also, at Enterprise at one time, has taken charge of the Herington hotel, at Her-ington. The Catholic church is to be re-shing led with tin shingles and the sidewalks raised about a foot. The material for shingling has arrived.

J. M. Campbell will do the work. Wm. Berrigau is having a house 2ix 28 built on his farm west of town.

Il is to be located directly opposite the house. John Reiffis to do the work. Mr. Berrigan is one of Saline county most prosperous farmers and deserves a good home. The Epworth League and a number of friends surprised Arthur Ewing at his home on last Saturday night.

Music and games were played and th evening spent in a plcasfintStnauaer. COMICTED OF BURGLARY, John Wilson, who entered the W. K-Ho ward residence Oct. 18th. and stole a lot of wearing apparel and jewelry, was found guilty by a jury in district court Saturday of burglary and larceny.

By an oversight the jury failed to state in its verdict the value of the property taken, so grand larceny could not In-placed against him and County Attorney Kane and Wilson's attorney, S. S-Smith, agreed to accept the verdict ami it was returned and Wilson will be sen tenced on the burglary chargs. Sentence will not be passed till the speciiii session in November. Chronicle. TOOK HORSE RND THIEF.

Sheriff Eobson has stuck another feather in his official cap, the result of a nice piece of detective work. A week or so ago he learned that a young ma a stranger herevlad sold a horse, with saddle and bridle, to John Freed, a farmer living five miles southwest of the city, and his suspicion were aroused when he. learned thf. the stranger got but $16 for the outfit. A day or twoi later he received a car! from Perry, announcing the theft of a horse, saddle and bridle from J.

M. Davis, of Kay county, Ok, and he begau in inquiry that convinced him that the Davis horse was sold to Mr. Freed, The young man who sold the animal tlaimed to be from Missouri, said h-vas going back to Unionville. ami rave the name of Chas, Burns. Sheriff Robson promptly set tin-vires to work and had Burns.

whoM-eal name is Wm. Newton Carpenter, custody within a few hours and h--now in jail in Oklahoma. Mr. DavK ill come up for his property. Are-.

ard of $15 was offered for the finding the horse and $25 for the appreheu. the thief. The quick, decisive work of Mr; Rob on in this case is highly creditable 1 one more fellow who think-. ie world owes him a living will doing hard work for his crime. -atilene Chronicle.

Don't trifle With Coughs The time to cure them is the minute hey start. The remedy needed is the st one made. Ballard's llorehov.r.ti vrup is the most prompt, certain anif ti mless remedy for all Throat, Lung. chest Troubles. Mr- A.

L. Arn--rrong, Ciititoa. a prominent drui- says: "I sell forty different col but never in my expcri ave sold so much of any one, as liallard's llorehcuud Syrup. All ni is the most perfect remedy Roughs, Colds, Consnmptiou, Vice 5 and 50 Cents. Sold by V.

Appl-'hangh. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Fresh and salt meat at the Star Meat Market. All kinds of pipe and pump fittings at Sheahans. M.

E. Baughfman now occupies the the Audie house on Fourth street. Call at Star Meat Market for all kinds of Salt Meats. The Sunday dinners at the Pacific House are all right. Jas.

Barr make a specialty of putting on tin roofs, guttering, etc. Dr. Harris's Veterinary Medicines for sale by Harry Applebaugh. Jas. Barr has a large stock of Tinware constantly on hand.

A full line of force and lift pumps cheap. At Sheahnns Lubricating oils of the best quality at Jas. Barr's- He sells oil at the right price. Lawson Bros, have bought the Star Meat Market and will keep a fresh supply of meat on hand. Oil your maehineryv it will wear langer.

James Barr keeps all kinds of good oil. No more free cigars, confidential talks and promises. This is the last week before election. The K. U's trimmed up the Glasco foot ball team in great shape last Saturday by a score of 23 to 0.

Seelye Medical advertising wagon No2. made Solomon a visit on Monday and decorated some of the buildings with Wasatusa signs. The Salina Record is running an "ad' for the Kratzer Carriage Company, of Solomon. There is no firm by that name doing business here now, they closed out their stock a week ago. The cattle craze is getting the best of the farmers of Dickinson county.

In the past eight days about $166,508 worth of cattle paper has been giren ou 5,193 head of cattle. Next fall the farmers will be will wonder how it is that they are so indebted. Advertised Letters The following letters remain uncalled for in the Solomon postoffice Oct. 1897: Benway Mrs. Metta Bas.set Clara Baker V.

J. Cowley Jas Flood F. U. Johnson C. L.

Jinler Milton Lamb, XV. Mills John Smith P. Van- we haven't got. We mention a few articles at very convincing prices. Children's Wool Underwear, 5 cents and upward Ladies' Union suits 48 cents and upwards Fleece lined Hose, double heel and toe, 12c a pr.

Only a few left of those extra values in Ladies' Capes, from 75 cents to $2.25 Children's cloaks, nicely lined and trimmed, 60 cents Mens' line cloth caps, a 50 cent article, for 25 cents Boys' 22 cents Mens, wool Eleeced underwear 50 cents lambs wool, scarlet underwear 1.00 Men's heavy wool underwear 05 cents i Men's heavy duck coats 1.00 Men's first grade felts and overs 2.00 Men's solid leather boots 1.35 Mens' best artics 1.25 ALL-WOOL SUITS. 4.85 Farmers sends your Hides to T. Mclnerys Abilene, Kansas and get 6cts. per lb. for good hides.

There was a hot time in the old town last Saturday night. Two fights occur-ed by the influences of "pilliwig." The noon train from the west on the Unien Pacific was four hours late on Wednesday on account of the western snow storms. A two dollar bill that had been cleverly raised to a ten was passed on Josie Goodal, at Salina. Two arrests have been made. It is remarkable that so many Kansas Editors are now announcing that few weeks ago the editor was taken with a severe cold'" The lecture on Klondyke given in the Opera House on Saturday night was not a financial sucess.

It was to cold a subject for our citizens. F. B. Sias is painting the Pacific House. Mr.

Carpenter will have one the best painted buildings in town when the job is finished. J. G. D. Campbell, of unction City, was in town on Monday locating the the lots belonging to Mrs.

Dr. Hall. He will probably make a sale of the lots in the near future. Sunday night is Hallowe'en and tin boys are greatly elated that tbey cai. celebrated both Saturday and Monda nights, for of course it wouldn't do ti celebrate on Sunday.

All the stoves in town were wheeled out of the store rooms this week am set to burning. Wm. Gregory is in th. business and is doing satisfactory won in setting up stoves. The elegant side walks made of san and cinders are real nice during th.

muddy weather. One sinks into tli mud over their shoes but they ar walks and that is all that is necessary Richard A. Wilson, of Heringtoa deinocatic candidate for County Clerk was in town on Tuesday. Mr. Wilsor is making a strong fight for election and has made a thorough canvas of th county.

The Kratzer Carriage Company pack ed up their buggies that remained vn-sold last Saturday and shipped them WilsoD. They sold a number of ve hides here and stated their of returning with another car loati next fall. Solomon is the most consistent tow a on earth. Not only is Mr. in the retail meat business but Mr.

Wag-o'lseller js disposing of vehicles at pnees to suit the times. Reflector, Say, Charlie, you might have added that both of the above gentlemen are experts at their business. A look through our stock will convince you that good qualities and low prices are inseperable inducements we offer at all times, No advance in prices with us, Cedar Street, Opp Post Office, Kas 1 Vorkis T. Morris. J.

When ealling for above please say they were advertised. K. M. Wimsatt, Postmaster. i.

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